Chicago Sun-Times "Marian Hossa was a surprise scratch for the Blackhawks on Sunday and will miss Tuesday’s game at Dallas with an upper-body injury. Hawks coach Joel Quenneville said the team was simply taking advantage of the four-day Christmas break to allow Hossa time to recover. “Hopefully he can play..." December 21
Q said Marian Hossa is day-to-day with that lower-body injury. Said it's not serious. #Blackhawks
CSN Chicago "We all remember that November image of a frustrated Marian Hossa, who flipped his stick in the air after Anaheim goaltender Frederik Andersen stopped what looked to be a sure goal. Hossa probably felt like doing that a few times through January and early February, too. On some nights he just..." February 11
Chicago Tribune "The Blackhawks looked way out of sorts with Marian Hossa missing from the lineup. With the veteran winger back, they more resembled the team that stormed to the Stanley Cup last season. Hossa returned after a five-game absence with an upper-body injury to help the Hawks break out of the..." March 17
Pro Hockey Talk "Marian Hossa hasn’t been on the ice since sustaining an upper-body injury on last Saturday’s game at Soldier Field, but Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville thinks his recovery is going well. “He’s on target,” Quenneville said, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. “He looks good. He’s working hard..." March 08
Marian Hossa out 2-3 weeks with upper-body sustained vs. PIT on Saturday. #Blackhawks
ESPN "Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa was ruled out for the remainder of Saturday night's game against the Pittsburgh Penguins after suffering an upper-body injury in the first period at Soldier Field. Hossa's final shift ended with 6:34 remaining in the first period, and he did not return to the..." March 02
CSN Chicago "The Chicago Blackhawks held another practice on Tuesday afternoon, another session in which Marian Hossa didn’t participate. The Blackhawks right wing has taken “maintenance” days during several practices and morning skates recently. It’s a precautionary tactic, really, one that’s saving the..." February 05
Chicago Tribune "Marian Hossa joined Blackhawks teammates on the walk — in full uniform but sans skates — from the Scotiabank Saddledome over to the Corral for practice Tuesday afternoon in Calgary. Hossa was back with the Hawks after missing two games to be in Chicago with his wife, <p>, who was hospitalized..." November 27
Hossa back here. Wife was ill, hospitalized, but she's feeling better now. Great news for the Hossa. #Blackhawks
Pro Hockey Talk "Marian Hossa will miss Monday’s game against Edmonton due to a family matter — his second game away from the club — but is expected to rejoin the club for the remainder of its annual Circus Trip, according to ESPN Chicago. Hossa, 34, has been in and out of the Chicago lineup over the last two..." November 25
Winger Marian Hossa will not play for #Blackhawks vs. Canucks. Went back to Chicago for a family matter. Michal Handzus will not play.
#Blackhawks winger Marian Hossa said he's playing tonight vs. Jets.
Marian Hossa was off at practice yesterday, but Quenneville said it was just a rest day. #Blackhawks
Hossa and Crawford good to go for tomorrow night. #Blackhawks
Chicago Tribune "The days of showing up to the rink lacing up his skates and hitting the ice are a thing of the past for Marian Hossa. Now the Blackhawks winger needs to arrive early for stretching exercises to loosen and strengthen an ailing back that kept him off the ice for a week and has his status in doubt..." September 28
TSN "Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa could be looking at a shortened preseason. According to a report from the Chicago Sun-Times Hossa aggravated an upper-body injury and will miss the next four preseason games. The 34-year-old is expected to be back for the regular season opener." September 19
Chicago Tribune "Marian Hossa who played with a back injury during much of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final will be sidelined for the Chicago Blackhawks' next four exhibition games. "He aggravated an injury there" coach Joel Quenneville said after the Hawks' morning skate in preparation for their exhibition game..." September 19
Chicago Tribune "When the Blackhawks take the ice Friday for their first scrimmages of training camp Marian Hossa and Bryan Bickell are expected to be right in the middle of them. The wingers have recovered sufficiently from injuries that limited them during the Hawks' run to the 2013 Stanley Cup and have been..." September 13
CSN Chicago "Marian Hossa was skating around the ice on Thursday looking very Hossa-like. The right wing ended last season triumphant with another Stanley Cup but in pain from a pinched nerve in his back an injury that kept him out of Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final and hampered him the final three..." September 13
Yahoo! Sports "Marian Hossa’s day with the Stanley Cup finally arrived which means a massive party back home in Slovakia and eating copious amounts of pierogies out of where Kris Draper’s baby pooped the bowl of the Cup. Oh and look who decided to drop by to take a photo with the Stanley Cup? A big giant..." August 13
ESPN "Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa, who was injured during the Stanley Cup finals, will not require back surgery, general manager Stan Bowman said Friday. "He didn't need surgery," Bowman said. "He's doing much better than he was. He was another player that played through an awful lot of..." July 12
NHL.com "Marian Hossa did not participate in the morning skate Saturday, but he will play for the Chicago Blackhawks against the Boston Bruins in Game 5 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final at United Center (8 p.m. ET, NBC, CBC, RDS). Hossa missed Game 3 because of an upper-body injury but played in Game 4..." June 22
Chicago Tribune "Blackhawks winger Marian Hossa did not practice Friday but the veteran winger "is fine" and will play in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night at the United Center, according to coach Joel Quenneville. Hossa returned against the Bruins for Game 4 after missing the third match of the..." June 22
#Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said winger Marian Hossa is expected to play in Game 4 vs. Bruins. "He's fine."
Yahoo! Sports "The Chicago Blackhawks say Marian Hossa will be back in the lineup for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final and that the line of Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane and Bryan Bickell will likely be reunited. Hossa was a surprise scratch Monday, sidelined with an upper body injury. "He's expected to play..." June 19
#Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said winger Marian Hossa is "likely to play" in Game 4 vs. Bruins.
Q on Hossa: "Day to day, hopeful he’ll be ready for next game. Game-time decision after the warmup there. Upper body." #Blackhawks
Chicago Tribune "There will be a glaring difference for the Chicago Blackhawks between being one win away from the Stanley Cup Final and tied with the Los Angeles Kings coming back to Chicago. And the Hawks will wend their way to one scenario or the other without their best defenseman, Duncan Keith, who was..." June 07
Chicago Tribune "It was just a year ago that Blackhawks winger Marian Hossa was sitting in a dark room wondering if he ever would play again. The recovery process from a severe concussion after an illegal hit from then-Coyotes forward Raffi Torres during Game 3 of the Western Conference quarterfinals April 17,..." April 20
Chicago Tribune "The injury news was mixed for the Blackhawks as one veteran forward will return to the lineup but not another. Barring a setback, Marian Hossa will be on the ice against the Blues on Thursday night at the United Center after missing six games with an upper-body injury that a source said is to..." April 04
Chicago Tribune "There was good and bad news for the Chicago Blackhawks on the injury front. Marian Hossa will return to the lineup when the Hawks face the St. Louis Blues on Thursday night, but Patrick Sharp is still not ready to return. "I felt pretty good (Wednesday)," Hossa said after practice at..." April 03
CSN Chicago "Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa are out and Corey Crawford will start when the Chicago Blackhawks host the Nashville Predators at the United Center tonight. The Blackhawks’ two stars are nursing shoulder injuries sustained in separate games vs. Colorado last month. So with a few days off in the..." April 01
CSN Chicago "Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa wore identical don’t-hit-me sweaters in their first Blackhawks practice since suffering their respective shoulder injuries. Afterward, they took the identical approach to their return dates: whenever they’re fully ready, fully confident that they’re fully healed,..." March 28
NHL.com "They didn't hold an official morning skate on Tuesday at United Center, but the Chicago Blackhawks did get some good news. Injured right winger Marian Hossa returned to the ice for conditioning work for the first time since leaving a game in Colorado on March 18 late in the first period after a..." March 26
Chicago Tribune "The Chicago Blackhawks will not have Marian Hossa in the lineup when they face the defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings on Monday night at the United Center. The news was better on the Andrew Shaw front as the center will play after missing Sunday's practice with the flu. "Shaw..." March 25
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville confirms winger Marian Hossa will not play tonight vs. Kings. Andrew Shaw will play.
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville makes it official, Marian Hossa will not play tonight vs. Ducks. Considered day to day.
Chicago Tribune "Realignment isn't the only thing the NHL has been working on. The league is in talks with the International Olympic Committee and NHL Players' Association about players participating in the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. "The process is ... continuing, but it isn't yet resolved,"..." March 15
Chicago Sun-Times "Perhaps for the rest of Marian Hossa’s career, every time he misses a game and the cause is not immediately obvious, speculation will run rampant that his absence is concussion-related. That’s what happened in the wake of his last-minute scratch Wednesday night at the United Center. “That’s..." March 09
CSN Chicago "When Marian Hossa was drafted into the NHL, Andrew Shaw was 6-years-old. Growing up in Ottawa, Shaw watched Hossa from a young age, noting his speed and strength as he worked to develop his own game. Now here he is, 16 years later joining No. 81 on the ice as the Blackhawks honored him for his..." March 06
Just announced that Hossa out with an upper-body injury.
Hossa a scratch for #Blackhawks. Don't know why.
Chicago Tribune "Eighteen years old and wearing an Ottawa Senators uniform, Marian Hossa stepped onto the ice for the first time as an NHL player with no idea where his career would go from there. Five All-Star Games, three consecutive Stanley Cup Finals — including a championship with the Blackhawks in 2010 —..." March 03
Chicago Sun-Times "Jonathan Toews was 9 years old when Marian Hossa made his NHL debut for the Ottawa Senators. Not surprisingly, the offensively gifted yet defensively responsible two-way star quickly became one of Toews’ favorite players. To Toews, Hossa was no Marty Havlat, but he was close. So the first time..." March 03
Chicago Tribune "Nikolai Khabibulin stumbled coming out of the tunnel from the Oilers' dressing room to start the second period before steadying himself on the bench and taking the ice. Then the Oilers goaltender was tripped up by the hottest team in hockey as the Blackhawks made sure the longest streak in NHL..." February 26
Chicago Sun-Times "Marian Hossa insisted he wasn’t being reckless by returning to the ice Friday, three days after feeling ‘‘shaky’’ for nearly an hour after taking a hit in the back of the head from the Vancouver Canucks’ Jannik Hansen. ‘‘I feel good,’’ he said Friday morning. ‘‘If I had a little doubt, I..." February 23
Hossa says he should be ready to go tonight.